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Thursday, June 16, 2011
This tutorial is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tuts is purely coincidental. This tutorial is for personal use only, using it for monetary gain is against our TOU's. Supplies: Gimp- Any version should work Awesome PTU kit from Rieka Rafita called Pirates of the Carribean HERE Template 76 by me HERE Tube of choice. I am using the art of Elias Chatzoudis. You must have a licence to use his tubes. You can purchase them HERE Let's Begin! -Open template. Delete the credits. Image>Scale Image by 500x381 pixels. Image>Canvas Size 600x600 pixels and press center. -Let's add papers to the template layers. Make the template layer active (see below). Right click template layer in layer box and choose alpha to selection. Open paper (see below). Right click paper layer in layer box and choose add alpha channel. Layer>Scale Layer by 60%. Select>Invert. Press delete on your keyboard. Select>None. Delete the original template layer. Here are the template layers and which papers I used: circle 1- paper 1 Filters>Light and Shadow>Drop Shadow of 3, 3, 7, black, 80 circle 2- paper 8 rect 3- paper 7 Filters>Repeat Drop Shadow rect 6- paper 9 repeat drop shadow square 2- paper 11 repeat drop shadow square 3- paper 4 repeat drop shadow square 1- paper 2 repeat drop shadow rect 1- paper 6 repeat drop shadow rect 2- paper 12 repeat drop shadow rect 4- paper 5 repeat drop shadow rect 5- paper 10 repeat drop shadow -Make the thin circle layer active. Repeat drop shadow. -Open your tube. Scale by 80%. Add a drop shadow of 2, 2, 2, black, 50. Elements: Add drop shadow of 2, 2, 2, black, 50 to all element layers unless otherwise stated. See my tag for placement. rock scroll coin box 1 ship frame 2 sign maps flag 1 coin 2 bag palm tree box 1 parrot 1 barrel 1 barrel 2 water- no drop shadow boom There you have it! I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial!


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